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History of Television
- 텔레비전역사와 관련된 인물이나 사건 중 하나를 선택하여 조사를 하시오.
- 인물을 선택하여도 좋고 (예를 들면, 윌리암 에스 파아슬리라는 사람이 라디오의 발전과 관련된 역할을 조사하여도 좋습니다)
- 사건을 선택하여도 좋습니다. 예를 들면, 당시 시대의 (1920년대) 라디오에서의 광고에 대해서 조사하여도 좋습니다.
Window to the world
Watch a video,
- Video clip at Vimeo * Video clip at History channel
- = ModernMarvelsTelevision.avi
Television throughout the human history
- Before then, radio set had been replaced by television set.
- 당시 라디오세트의 크기는 작은 냉장고 정도 typical home with a radio listening during 1920s
- radio에서 television으로 바뀐 후
- 19, OJ Simpson's murder case begain
- 58s, Martin Luther King Jr.
- Speech I have a dream speech
- I have a dream at wikipedia
- What would be the result without the presence of television?
- Medium is the message – by Marshall McLuhan medium is the message meaning
- 인터넷이 없었더라면 . . . 유튜브라는 매체가 안 생겼더라면 . . . 당신이 만든 동영상은 어떤 메시지를 던질까?
In the Entertainment
Piece of Puzzles
- 190s, Bell and Edision . . . . Inventions like phonograph and motion picture camera were the result of science and ingenuity.
- 207s, G Marconi In 1896, he sent electric impulse through thin air
- 230s, Next challenge was to try . . . to send voices over air-waves.
- 230s (3:50) electric pulse over the air waves (telegram) → voices over airwaves (Radio)
- In 1908, he broadcasted the first human voice over from the Eiffel tower.
- He invented the Audion Tube that captured human voice patterns and transmitted them over the airwaves.
- 258s, Philo Farnsworth: P.T. Farnsworth . . . . aka PTF
- see a video part 1 (start 1:30) at youtube (American Experience) and part 2
- an explanation of how television works in the clip
- see also an introduction of his rivalry
- see alse Farnsworth web page
- 284s, Television idea Farnsworth came up with an idea of electric tube of his own.
- 299s, Television idea Evidence of his right to pattern.
- 338s, The Principle of Television 5:40 - 6:20 텔레비전 원리
- 406s, David Sarnoff: Across the country, a different kind of genius . . . .
- David Sarnoff with meeting with G. Marconi: At 14 . . . .
- Employed as a messenger boy at 14.
- good at pension for promotion . . . 475s
- 481s RMS Titanic 1) on April 12, 1912. Sarnoff was at the relay station at the Marconi New York office. . . . Worked three strait nights alerting other ships near the area.
- just a myth . . .
- Air waves needs to be organized due to the interference
- Secretary of the Navi, Franklin D. Roosevelt gathered all the companies with the stakes in this new phenomena called “wireless”
- Together they formed a trust, RCA. = brought all the broadcasterss into one basket; and watch that basket.
- First step was to buy out Marconi's operation to keep it under the US government control.
- RCA got a better deal! . . . David Sarnoff became the president of RCA.
- 588s, David Sarnoff creates and controls the Radio industry
- He becomes the farther of television later.
- At 22, outline of his vision of radio = radio box memo
- He envisioned a device at home that people receive music, news, and sports . . .
- Radio station, radio box, etc. were envisioned before five years that they actually happened.
- tech, yes. but, why? who needs it? problem
- He got invested by wealthy people, moved to LA to get needed materials.
- working “in secrecy”.
- Meanwhile, 691s, in the other side of the US, . . . .
- Competition from RCA
Radio Comes of Age
- Radio broadcast boom by D. Sarnoff, 1920
- The first radio station KDKA on the air (Pittsburgh in PA): The Westinghouse engineer Frank Conrad began experimental radio broadcast . . .
- . . . . We are very anxious to know how far the broadcast is reaching . . . .
- Race for television heating up . . . .
- In this race, Farnsworth believed that image could be also transmitted as well as voice.
- in the 1920s
- Charleston became very popular
- And RADIO business
- 817s, Vladimir K. Zworykin 2) came up with an idea about television that was remarkably the same as that of Farnsworth.
- Working at the Westinghouse company researching television experiments
- He made some explosion while experimenting. The company didn't like it.
- Television ideas were blossomed in some different ways.
- The distinguishing two are mechanical and electronic television.
- Electronic television . . . . 904s, Fail of 1925 demonstration (PTF)
- Mechanical television
- 965s, Jenkins . . . . television demonstration. Hurbert Hoover and secretary Farmers. Televised image Washington to NY . . . . 1014s, crude 48 lines of television image . . . .
- Hoover (나중에 대통령이 되는) spoke 2 minutes; and his wife as well.
- She was concerned to use the device to read minds!!!
- demo to BBC, followed by PTF
- Baird had jaw dropping experience by witnessing Farnsworth demo
- 1152s, patent battles mainly between Farnsworth and RCA
- David Zworykin moves to RCA from the Westinghouse.
- Sarnoff had an intuitive understanding the potential of television, and backed him up by 100 percent.
- 1215s, patent battles Farnsworth and Zworykin had a patent law suit
- Farnsworth's win over RCA on patent war (at 24)
- RCA tried to buy the patent; but, Farnsworth wanted the continuous royalty.
- Sarnoff did not like the idea.
- D. Sarnoff, the king of radio
- the owner of the NBC blue, NBC red
- tried to build television industry by the 1930s (not the 1950s)
- but, the reality was hard.
- reliable way to transmit the signal through the airwaves
- no public demands – who needed pictures when you had radio!
- William S. Paley
- A wealthy man
- started a radio network, CBS
- Not interested in science of television, but was a genius of television programming
- see 총알이론에 대한 언급
- Television still no good for the public
- low quality: see the upper part is diminishing?
- electronic signals interference everywhere
- trees and buildings, even car spark signals
- Sarnoff turned the 3rd floor of the radio city into television studio
- 1458s, W2XBS highly experimental broadcasting on July 7, 1936 . . . . see also
. . .
- First commercial television station W2XBS (July 1936)
- so hot studio ~!!
- many talents feared of television (Frank Sinatra)
- see also My way by F. Sinatra
- Orson Welles CBS
- see 초기의_연구총알이론
- into the public (through World fair)
- wonder bread, nylon stocking, plastic etc. introduced
- Regular broadcast in Am
- 2 hours a week, 200 television sets in NY
- Baby has been born with beard. . . . by PTF (he was forgetten)
- progression for production methods for tv was still in trouble
- FCC (Federal Communication Commission) formed in 1940 led by James Fly . . .
- Sarnoff became too influential and mono-polic
- Anti-Trust Law
- ABC created out of NBC Blue and NBC Red
- After 1945: the war ended
- 1845s, Television became a regular entertaining device and technology devloped.
- Standard war . . .
- 1903s, Dumont Television in NJ 600 line television set
- vs. RCA's 450 lines
- NBC won over standard of TV.
- sports coverage
- multiple cameras
- TV sets sales sky-rocketed . . . .
- Muntz TV
Talents drives tube
- Tech stablized. Search for talents flourished.
- Resurrection of Vaudeville
- Norma Jean
- I love Lucy
- televised tour of the White house by the Pres. Truman
- into color . . . .
- Battle for color
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